Group presents recommendations on improving Port Angeles – Peninsula Daily News

Peninsula Daily News reports

“Creating a presence of both Port Angeles and the downtown area would be one way to create a more inviting city, a group of architects told Port Angeles leaders and citizens on Wednesday night.

Carol Mayer-Reed, Portland, Ore.-based landscape architect as a member of the consultant team.

read the full article @ the Peninsula Daily News – Group presents recommendations on improving Port Angeles

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Asia Eco Green Building Congress 2009 starts (17 March)

Today the Asia Eco Green Building Congress started with workshops in Shanghai by Woods Bagot and EMSI.

Tomorrow formal opening and presentations will be made by speakers from ARUP, Cundall, EDAW, Woodhead, Woods Bagot, Meinhardt and Shanghai Expo organisers. The congress will go until 19 March

for more details goto the Congress Website

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Futurist: Toronto in 2010 – Torontoist

The Torontoist is running a special section this week to look at the future of Toronto
goto Futurist: Toronto in 2010 – Torontoist to find out more information

Winners named in Delft architecture faculty competition – Building Design

Building Design reports

“Three practices have won an ideas competition to recreate the architecture faculty at the Delft University of Technology, 10 months after it was devastated by fire.”

“…Laura Alvarez Architecture and Gijs Raggers and French practice Marc Bringer Architecture”

for the images and pdfs of the winning designs goto the
SOURCE:
Building Design – Winners named in Delft architecture faculty competition

Slussen Project – Plans Prove Future of Stockhom Slussen Needn’t Be Cast in Concrete – NYTimes.com

NYTimes.com reports

“The five proposals in the competition, on view at stockholm.se/slussen, offer a snapshot of contemporary urban planning ideas. They include a breathtaking design by Jean Nouvel, a head-scratching proposal by Norman Foster and some intriguing work by younger talents who are still mostly unknown internationally.”

[SOURCE: NYTimes.com - Architecture Review - Slussen Project - Plans Prove Future of Stockhom Slussen Needn’t Be Cast in Concrete]

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